The College production of Our Town is being staged this Friday 29th July at 7.30pm as well as on Saturday 30th July at 5.00pm. It is to be held at our Bellarine Campus Auditorium and we u...

The College production of Our Town is being staged this Friday 29th July at 7.30pm as well as on Saturday 30th July at 5.00pm. It is to be held at our Bellarine Campus Auditorium and we urge families and friends to attend, tickets are available from Senior School or at the door.

The company, which has been cast from Senior School and both Bellarine and Highton Middle Schools, has been working very hard behind the scenes to ensure their usual high standards are met. The students are very excited at being able to perform and showcase their talents. Ms Mandy Calderwood has been leading the production and is amazed at the range of talents on display.

A show not to be missed.

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Parents are reminded that with the change to the timing of fitness, our school day commences at 8:50am.
All children need to be ready for class by this time.

Parents are reminded that with the change to the timing of Fitness, our school day commences at 8:50am.

All children need to be ready for class by this time.

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Last Thursday saw our Christian College Year 5/6 Girls Football team compete in the North Geelong Division carnival. This event always encourages our girls to compete with enthusiasm and smiles, however with the recent announcement of the Women's AFL competition, the stakes were raised significantly in the pre-game address by our inspirational Coach Mrs Bishop! With the thought of potential talent scouts watching on, our girls showed steely determination and a strong team work ethic to WIN the carnival. We congratulate our players on this achievement and wish them all the best as they progress through to the Regional Final.

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Christian College presents the sixth annual East Timor Trivia Night

Friday 12th August
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

This year we have moved to a new venue allowing for a bigger and better event!
Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington Street, Geelong West

Tables of 10 @ $10/head
This trivia night is major fundraising event to support the community of Viqueque, East Timor.

Book your table now through Senior School Reception (03) 5241 1577

BYO Food
Strictly no alcohol

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On Tuesday, 2nd August we are dedicating the day to celebrate the Rio Olympics. Students representing their chosen Olympic country will parade around the roundabout at 1:50pm. Following t...

On Tuesday, 2nd August we are dedicating the day to celebrate the Rio Olympics. Students representing their chosen Olympic country will parade around the roundabout at 1:50pm. Following this, the opening ceremony will be held in the Assembly Hall. Please note there will be limited seating but parents are warmly invited to attend. Students are to wear sports uniform on this day and are asked to bring along a gold coin donation in aid of ‘A2B’, an organisation for disadvantaged children in Brazil.  We are looking forward to a wonderful day of celebration.

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We are excited to announce that during Term 3 at Christian College, all Year 7 students will be involved in a dynamic cross faculty unit titled "Save my Water". They will work in small teams across classes to develop a collaborative response to their core study of Sustainability to extend the knowledge acquired in their subject areas. Their final product develops their digital coding skills using game making technology. This innovative approach draws on 21st Century teaching research and provides students the opportunity of entering the ACER Australian STEM Video Game Challenge when they progress through the unit at an advanced level. The Australian STEM Video Game Challenge is using video games to engage students in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM learning) in new and exciting ways. All groups will present their learning at a public exhibition held at school toward the end of Term 3.

 

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

www.ccitl.com.au

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Thank you to the large number of families that took the opportunity to journey through the Elective Expo on Tuesday evening. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the many varied pathways available to students as they venture through the middle years. The word from quite a number of parents, was that they ‘would love to go back to school!’ A wonderful endorsement of our program.

A reminder that the online elective submissions for current Year 6/7/8 students (Years 7/8/9 in 2017) will remain open until Wednesday 3rd August at 5pm. Access to this is via the Student Portal as previously communicated.

Current Year 9 students are reminded that the Senior School Year 10 2017 submissions are due in by Friday 12th August at 3.30pm.

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The first of the house lunch time sport started this week with Table Tennis being the sport of choice. Burrows, Taylor, Flynn and Penman battled it out to see who would take the prize. Th...

The first of the house lunch time sport started this week with Table Tennis being the sport of choice. Burrows, Taylor, Flynn and Penman battled it out to see who would take the prize. The competition format began with a boys and girls knock out competition and then finished with the infamous around the world competition. The around the world was a big favourite amongst the students and staff and even included the convenor of the event and past student Nathan McCoach getting into the action. After all the games were completed and all wins counted, Flynn house came away with the win. Flynn was closely followed by Burrows and then Taylor and Penman finishing equal 3rd. Congratulations to Ned Simpson who defeated Kyle Sykstus in the Boys Grand Final and also to India Smith who defeated Zara Adams-Bailey in the Girls final.   

Year 5-6 Table Tennis Competition will kick of next week. 

 

Mr Andrew Tucker 

Sport Coordinator

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A reminder that the 2016 Junior School Japanese Speech Competition will be held on Monday, 1st August at 9.15-11.00 am in the Chapel. The students who are participating have been notified...

A reminder that the 2016 Junior School Japanese Speech Competition will be held on Monday, 1st August at 9.15-11.00 am in the Chapel. The students who are participating have been notified by their teachers and are busily practising and preparing their speeches. The Competition this year will follow a similar format to other years where the Year 1 classes will start and the Year 4 students will finish the program. We warmly welcome you to come along and support the students and celebrate their achievements. 

Kind regards and arigatou gozaimasu.

Chaney Sensei and Reidy Sensei.

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Parents are advised that the 6 week Bike Education program for all our Year 4 students will begin next Thursday 4th August. Students are to bring their bike and helmet to school on this d...

Parents are advised that the 6 week Bike Education program for all our Year 4 students will begin next Thursday, 4th August. Students are to bring their bike and helmet to school on this day so they can be inspected by the teachers, and begin the riding activities as part of our program. Students can leave their bike at the school for the length of this program. They will be locked in the gym each night. However, we recommend that students take their helmet home. 

We look forward to conducting this program with our Year 4 students, plus the day bike ride on Thursday, 8th September, which is the culmination of the program. if you have any queries regarding this Bike Education program then please contact Mr. Richardson.

 

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We are currently seeking donations for the East Timor Trivia Night. If you or someone you know are able to donate any products or services they will be greatly appreciated. There will be ...

We are currently seeking donations for the East Timor Trivia Night. If you or someone you know are able to donate any products or services they will be greatly appreciated. There will be a silent auction as well as a public auction to showcase your donation.

Please email the College at senior@ccg.vic.edu.au or to max.dent@ccg.vic.edu.au with your donations. We appreciate the vast array of people from our community who support this important fundraising event.

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If you wish to discuss further your student’s Semester 1 Summative report, or aspects of the In Time reporting feedback with staff, Learning Conferences will be conducted on: Thursday 18th August, between 4.00pm - 8pm. Please note: We ask that all students to accompany their parents as part of our conference process. Research suggests that student learning can be impacted positively through the teacher providing direct feedback to individual students. It also provides opportunity for reflection, questions and discussion pertinent to goal setting for Semester 2. We feel that parents will also benefit from these opportunities for discussion and feedback. 

Can I encourage you to pencil this date into your family calendar, with further information (including booking instructions) to follow next week. 

 

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Our Bush Prep sessions continue to provide the children with the opportunity to develop their gross motor skills, including co-ordination, balance and agility, in addition to their creati...

Our Bush Prep sessions continue to provide the children with the opportunity to develop their gross motor skills, including co-ordination, balance and agility, in addition to their creativity, symbolic play, problem solving, imagination, resilience, self regulation and a deeper conceptual understanding and respect for the natural environment. It’s been great to see the teamwork and collaborative play as the children have now become very familiar with the outdoor learning environment that we visit once a fortnight. Our sessions have been a great way to link the children’s learning back to the classroom as this term our Integrated Studies topic is “From Plants to Us.”

Rachel Fox
Year Prep Classroom Teacher
Junior Campus

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Christian College presents the sixth annual East Timor Trivia Night

Friday 12th August
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

This year we have moved to a new venue allowing for a bigger and better event!
Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington Street, Geelong West

Tables of 10 @ $10/head
This trivia night is major fundraising event to support the community of Viqueque, East Timor.

Book your table now through Senior School Reception (03) 5241 1577

BYO Food
Strictly no alcohol

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Congratulations to Caelli Wood of Year 10, who has been awarded a scholarship to attend The Asian and Oceanian High School Students' Forum 2016 in Wakayama, Japan from 28th July to 4th Au...

Congratulations to Caelli Wood of Year 10, who has been awarded a scholarship to attend The Asian and Oceanian High School Students' Forum 2016 in Wakayama, Japan from 28th July to 4th August. Yukari Hodgart will be the accompanying staff member for the trip. We look forward to hearing about Caelli's experiences on her return.

        

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The Junior School canteen urgently needs some volunteers to replace those who have been unable to continue on the roster. If anyone could help from 9:00am to 11:30am or 12:00 noon to 2:00...

The Junior School canteen urgently needs some volunteers to replace those who have been unable to continue on the roster. If anyone could help from 9:00am to 11:30am or 12:00 noon to 2:00pm any Friday or even once a month or once per term it would be greatly appreciated. If you are able to assist please contact Heather Smith on 0409 137661 or email h.smith@ccg.vic.edu.au 

Glee Fruit Drink Cans

Glee Drink cans come in 4 flavours:

Bubblegum – pink

Berry – blue

Strawberry – red

Black currant – purple

If students don’t specify what flavor they would like on their lunch order they will be given a strawberry flavor and there will be no exchanges at the canteen window.  

Thank you for your assistance with this.

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

www.ccitl.com.au

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The sun shone as parakeets created a noisy din to accompany the Preps’ investigations at Kingston Park Nature Reserve. Discovering what lies beneath the bush floor was of great interest a...

The sun shone as parakeets created a noisy din to accompany the Preps’ investigations at Kingston Park Nature Reserve. Discovering what lies beneath the bush floor was of great interest as the children explored their new natural space. Plants at various stages of growth, bugs, cocoons, slaters, and spider’s webs are just some of the things the Preps investigated. Ideas were expressed as the Preps puzzled and questioned their new learning environment. What more adventures and discoveries will happen as the Preps continue to learn together?

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I wish to thank all those parents of students studying Year 12 subjects who braved the elements to meet with their son’s or daughter’s teachers. These are important meetings and you will ...

I wish to thank all those parents of students studying Year 12 subjects who braved the elements to meet with their son’s or daughter’s teachers on Tuesday evening. These are important meetings and you will have received valuable feedback on their progress. 

The Year 12 VCE students are coming to the end of their courses and there needs to be clear guidance from the teachers and support from home. Encouraging your son or daughter to have a regular time to complete homework and commence study is vital. We are creatures of habit. While it takes time to develop a habit, they may be lost quickly.

Studying or revising should never be left until the course is completed. The student whom achieves at the higher level revises as they go, so when the course is finished they may commence their practice examinations immediately.

The Year 12 VCAL students will be organising their apprenticeships and other pathways. It is excellent to hear of so many who have a pathway already and enjoy very much their time each Friday at their work placement.

 

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NCCDSSD (Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability)

The annual, compulsory NCCDSSD census will occur in August 2016. The NCCDSSD aims to count students with previously fundable levels of disability as well as students with special learning needs or ongoing health or mental health conditions which have a functional impact on the student’s education, require educational adjustments to support their participation in education on the same basis as students without disability, require active monitoring and consultation, and in some cases, ongoing teacher education.

This broader brushstroke of acknowledgement is due to the very expansive definition of disability within the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Education Standards of 2005.

The NCCDSSD data is not directly linked to recurrent funding of students with disability however the federal Minister for Education and training recently announced that additional funding to support students with disability will be distributed based on NCCD data. No details released to date.

The NCCDSSD Census date is the 5th August, on which date, numerical and non-identifiable data will be collated and sent through to ISV, (Independent Schools Victoria).

 

A copy of the Australian Government’s Public Information Notice regarding the data collection is available here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your Head of Campus.

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Prep students braved the cold this week on their Back Creek Farm excursion to experience a wonderful range of farm activities, run by their capable year 9 reading buddies. Some of the act...

Prep students braved the cold this week on their Back Creek Farm excursion to experience a wonderful range of farm activities, run by their capable year 9 reading buddies. Some of the activities included, collecting eggs from the hen house then making their own scrambled eggs, visiting three week old calves and lambs and if you were really lucky getting a kiss from a very friendly alpaca, Fraggle! The highlight for most however was the hay bale ride, resulting in straw been bought home for Show and Tell and a fair amount of mud from splashing in puddles. A big thank you to all of the parents that were able to support the Preps.

Mrs Humphris and Mrs Coffey

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Until the end of the term Junior School will be collecting food items for the Toucan Appeal conducted by the Geelong Food Relief Centre.  For further information and appropriate food items to donate please refer to this link.

 

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The Year 11 VCAL class has reached its maximum size so if any students are interested in entering this course there will be opportunities to undertake Year 12 VCAL next year. Please conta...

The Year 11 VCAL class has reached its maximum size so if any students are interested in entering this course there will be opportunities to undertake Year 12 VCAL next year. Please contact the co-ordinator of VCAL, Mrs Kerryn Fearnsides, if you have any questions.

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To avoid a clash with the Middle School Music Camp (which many of our Year 4 students attend) Grandparents' Day will now be held on Tuesday, 18th October, 2016 from 1:45pm to 3:25pm

To avoid a clash with the Middle School Music Camp (which many of our Year 4 students attend) Grandparents' Day will now be held on Tuesday, 18th October, 2016 from 1:45pm to 3:25pm

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Hi Parents,
My name is Gary Crole and I am the Christian College Bellarine Campus Chaplain. In the coming months I will be contributing to our Campus newsletter with some interesting webs...

Hi Parents,

My name is Gary Crole and I am the Christian College Bellarine Campus Chaplain. In the coming months I will be contributing to our Campus newsletter with some interesting websites and information that could be helpful to us as parents. In the first instalment I will begin a series on the internet.

Let’s face it, the internet is an integral part of young people’s lives. Used responsibly, the online environment is a great place for our children to socialise and maintain friendships, be entertained, download and watch music and movies, play games, to search for information and to learn.

The ever changing nature of the internet can pose challenges for parents who wish to keep on top of their children’s technology use. While children might seem to be tech savvy, they still need a parent’s guiding hand to help make sure their online experience is positive and safe. 

Helping kids to stay safe online is something many us as parents are concerned about. Knowing about potential risks and how to deal with them can help manage negative situations. 

I want to refer you to an Australian Government website:  https://www.esafety.gov.au/education-resources/iparent. This site provides lots of information and strategies in order to support you in this area. 

 

I will highlight various aspects of this topic over the coming weeks and months.

Take care everyone and please contact me if there is a need and you want some help.

Gary Crole

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This week we provide for your perusal an Australian Government website – Job Outlook.
With the time at hand to consider subject options for future pathways you may enjoy just exploring th...

This week we provide for your perusal an Australian Government website – Job Outlook.

With the time at hand to consider subject options for future pathways you may enjoy just exploring the information provided in this website.

Job Outlook is a careers and labour market research information site to help you decide on your future career. Use the search options to find a wealth of information covering around 350 individual occupations. Searching can be done via keyword, industry and category links.

The website is: http://joboutlook.gov.au/

 

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

www.ccitl.com.au

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Christian College presents the sixth annual East Timor Trivia Night
Friday 12th AugustDoors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
This year we have moved to a new venue allowing for a bigger ...

Christian College presents the sixth annual East Timor Trivia Night

Friday 12th August
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

This year we have moved to a new venue allowing for a bigger and better event!
Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington Street, Geelong West

Tables of 10 @ $10/head
This trivia night is major fundraising event to support the community of Viqueque, East Timor.

Book your table now through Senior School Reception (03) 5241 1577

BYO Food
Strictly no alcohol

 

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

www.ccitl.com.au

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The annual, compulsory NCCDSSD census will occur in August 2016. The NCCDSSD aims to count students with previously fundable levels of disability as well as students with special learning...

The annual, compulsory NCCDSSD census will occur in August 2016. The NCCDSSD aims to count students with previously fundable levels of disability as well as students with special learning needs or ongoing health or mental health conditions which have a functional impact on the student’s education, require educational adjustments to support their participation in education on the same basis as students without disability, require active monitoring and consultation, and in some cases, ongoing teacher education.

This broader brushstroke of acknowledgement is due to the very expansive definition of disability within the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Education Standards of 2005.

The NCCDSSD data is not directly linked to recurrent funding of students with disability however the federal Minister for Education and training recently announced that additional funding to support students with disability will be distributed based on NCCD data. No details released to date.

The NCCDSSD Census date is the 5th August, on which date, numerical and non-identifiable data will be collated and sent through to ISV, (Independent Schools Victoria).

A copy of the Australian Government’s Public Information Notice regarding the data collection is available at 

http://docs.education.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/150420_-_public_information_notice_0.pdf.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Rowan Thurman (Learning Support Coordinator.

 

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Christian College presents the sixth annual East Timor Trivia Night

Friday 12th August
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start

This year we have moved to a new venue allowing for a bigger and better event!
Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington Street, Geelong West

Tables of 10 @ $10/head
This trivia night is major fundraising event to support the community of Viqueque, East Timor.

Book your table now through Senior School Reception (03) 5241 1577

BYO Food
Strictly no alcohol

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We look forward to seeing our current Year 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 students at our Christian College Bellarine Elective Expo Evening on Thursday 11th August from 4pm – 6pm. 

This event will be held in the Auditorium foyer at the Bellarine Campus. We are pleased to invite you to take up this wonderful opportunity to view all of the elective pathways through our Middle School, chatting with and asking questions of our specialist staff.  Elective booklets for students in Yr. 7, 8 and 9 in 2017 will be available on the College Portal from Monday, 1st August.  Students in Yr. 5 and Yr. 6 in 2017,will receive the details of Elective subject rotations prior to the Expo.  

Directly after this elective expo we invite current year 8 students and parents to move into the auditorium to view a short Back Creek Farm presentation. This part of the evening will run between 6pm - 6.30pm and will give an overview of the Back Creek farm experience the year 8 students can expect in 2017. We look forward to sharing with you the diverse and exciting opportunities that are to come. 

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Year 7 Studio Art Cartoon Incursion with Matt Glover
 
On Monday Year 7D and Year 7E had the opportunity to work with Matt Glover, a world renowned cartoon artist. The incursion forms par...

Year 7 Studio Art Cartoon Incursion with Matt Glover

 

On Monday Year 7D and Year 7E had the opportunity to work with Matt Glover, a world renowned cartoon artist. The incursion forms part of their drawing unit for Studio Art, as well as informing their character, or sprite, development for the embedded unit they are currently undertaking. The students were shown how the use of shapes, lines, and dots in different combinations can actually lead to a visually interesting outcome, and we even had a couple special guests join in, thank you to Mr Watson, Mr Wright, Mr Hartley and Mr Benson, for coming along and taking part.

Lori Ruplal
Art, Technology & Design Teacher

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Please follow this link to view the note re the Prep Spelling program. 

Please follow this link to view the note re the Prep Spelling program. 

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